Ferris Bueller Reunion Set for Reunited Apart With Josh Gad
After 34 years since the theatrical release of John Hughes’ Ferris Bueller’s Day Off in 1986, the main cast of the iconic teen comedy film are officially set to reunite on the final episode of Josh Gad’s quarantine digital show Reunited Apart. The announcement also came with the release of the teaser which you can check out below, featuring a preview of the virtual reunion.
Joining Gad in the new episode are Matthew Broderick (WarGames, Godzilla, Election), Alan Ruck (Succession), Mia Sara (Legend, Timecop) and Golden Globe nominee Jennifer Grey (Dirty Dancing), who portrayed the roles of Ferris, Cameron, Sloane and Jeanie, respectively.
Directed and written by John Hughes, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is considered as one of the most iconic teen movies to date because of its memorable lines and themes that every young generation could relate to. Since its release, it’s legacy and influence continues to live on until today as it became a staple into pop culture.
Hosted by Gad, every episode of Reunited Apart will showcase one of the many incredible charities working to provide resources to those most desperate for them during these incredibly difficult times. Previous episodes featured reunions from the casts of The Goonies, Back to the Future, Lord of the Rings, Splash and Ghostbusters.
Reunited Apart with Josh Gad is directed by James Merryman who co-produces along with Meghan Monaco. The web series is executive produced by Taylor Stuewe and edited by Will Newell. The theme song is sung by Kate Anderson who co-created the theme song along with Elyssa Samsel. Opening credits are by Ryan Kravetz.